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SRP 2014 Teen Video Challenge

ImaginatorInfo is now available for the 2014 Teen Summer Reading Program Video Challenge.

Follow the link to find info. on how to submit an entry, judging criteria, and resources to help in creating the video – including links to past winners.

Questions?  Contact Ann Hoey (603-271-2865; Ann.Hoey@dcr.nh.gov)

Teen Video Challenge Winner

Congratulations to the winner of the 2013 NH Teen Video Challenge, Windham’s Niki Kuchipudi!

Click here to learn more about the entry and the award.
See Niki’s video, as well as the winning videos from other states, by visiting the CSLP website.

Summer Reading Evaluations–Summary

Here’s a summary of the 2012 Summer Reading Evaluations.

Number of Libraries using the Manual: 105
Number of Libraries using the Theme:   106
Number of Books Read:                         221,478
Number of Minutes Read:                      169,581,196
Number of Participants:                         15,374

Teen & Adult Programs:
Did you use the CSLP Teen program?       Yes=42, No=61
If no, did you offer a Teen program?        Yes=20, No=29

Did you use the CSLP Adult program?       Yes=27, No=75
If no, did you offer a Adult program?    Yes=16, No=43

Future theme ideas/suggestions:

air, animals, arts/museums, bugs, building/LEGOs, camping/hiking/nature/outdoors/mountains, carnivorous beasts, cats, circus, comics/graphic novels, curiosity, dinosaurs, dragons/castles/knights, ecology/”green” theme/environment, exploring, fairy tales/fantasy, famous people/”meet me in a book”/famous book characters, farm, fish, fitness/health/sports/exercise, food/cooking, historical fiction, holidays, imagination station, international, magic, medieval, more specific themes/countries/activities, music, mystery, mythology, outer space/space exploration/solar system, pets, pirates/treasure reading, railways/travel, reading rocks, safari/wild animals, science/inventors/discover, spooky things, something similar to “summertime & the reading is easy”, technology, transportation/ticket to read, under the sea/water, US history/now & then, western/old west.

Performers used:

Alejandro’s Old Tyme Magik, Alex the Jester, Amy Conley, Angela Klinger, Atlantic Karate, AUDUBON, Boston Museum of Science, Brothers Plad, Carol & Crew, Carol Sanborn, Cathy Ann Adams, Children’s Museum of NH, Children’s Science Museum – Dover, Clayworks – Anne McCrae, Critters & Creatures, David Martin, Dinoman Science, Double vision, Elaine Connors Wildlife Center, Eyes on Owls, Fairbanks Museum, Farmer Minor, Hampstead Stage, Harris Center – Susie Spikol-Fabek, Hunt & Allison, Jean Heilprin Diehl – 3 Little Beavers, Judy Pancoast, Keith Michael Johnson, Lindsay and her Puppet Pals, Little Red Wagon, Lucy Morris – Archery, Mad Science, Magpie Puppets, Marek Bennett, Mariposa Museum, Matthew Krug, Michelle’s Menagerie, Mike Bent, Mr. Lefleur, NH Astronomical Society, NH fish & Game, Norman Ng, Paul Warnick, Peter Boie, Poof Tardiff. Rangers from WMNF, Reptiles on the Move, Rick Goldin, Robert Rivest, Ruth Smith, Science Works – Steve Lechner, Seth Connelly, Simon Brooks, Soft Touch Farm – Diane Cook Johnson, Squam Lakes, Steelgraves magic, Steve Blunt, Steve Blunt & Marty Kelley, Steve Damon, Tales from Beyond – Greg McAdams, The Tardy Brothers, The Wild Center, Toe Jam, Tom Sieling, UNH Cooperative Ext, Up All Night children’s Museums of NH, W.I.L.D. Center, We Tell Tales, Wild Center, Wild Encounters, Willy Claflin, Wingmasters, Wings of the Night, York Wildlife

 

Teen Video Challenge

Here’s a great project to work on with your teens over the winter…

What:

Create a 30 – 90 second video that encourages teens to read and use libraries this summer and you could win $275! Just a short Public Service Announcement, using the theme Beneath the Surface could make you the New Hampshire Beneath the Surface Teen Video Challenge Winner. One winner can be selected from each state and CSLP member affiliate. Teens across America could see your video.

Why:

Aside from the $275 the winning team gets and the $125 in prizes the winning library gets, YALS (the Young Adult Librarians of NH) and the national Collaborative Summer Library Program want to encourage you to develop your video skills, have fun and encourage others to use your library all summer long. We created this contest for teens to create videos for teens.

How:

1. Go to Beneath the Surface Teen Video Challenge 2013
2. Explore the resources link for art and music ideas in the public domain.
3. Create your video.
4. Entitle your video: “2013 TVC- NH-Unique Name.” Please choose a unique name that does not include your real name (example: 2013 TVC-NH-Libraryfan123).
5. Upload your video to YouTube.com or Vimeo.com.
6. Fill out Model Release form and Entry Form.
7. Mail completed forms postmarked by February 4, 2013 to :

Beneath the Surface Video Challenge
Ann Hoey
NH State Library
20 Park Street
Concord, NH 03301